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BUNYAN, J.: Pilgrim's Progress (The) (Unabridged)

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Hong Kong : Naxos Digital Services US Incorporated 2013.
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Contents:
Part One: The Author's Apology for his Book ( 08 min., 06 sec. )
'Come, let my carper to his life now look...' ( 06 min., 02 sec. )
The First Stage ( 06 min., 03 sec. )
'The neighbours came to see him run...' ( 07 min., 26 sec. )
'Now I saw in my dream that just as they had ended...' ( 05 min., 20 sec. )
'Now as Christian was walking solitary by himself...' ( 06 min., 42 sec. )
'So Christian turned out of his way...' ( 05 min., 15 sec. )
'Then Evangelist proceeded, saying...' ( 06 min., 24 sec. )
The Second Stage ( 07 min., 28 sec. )
'Then Christian began to gird up his loins...' ( 06 min., 42 sec. )
'Then said Christian to the Interpreter...' ( 06 min., 48 sec. )
'Now, said Christian, let me go hence.' ( 07 min., 13 sec. )
'But what was it that made you so afraid...' ( 01 min., 43 sec. )
The Third Stage ( 04 min., 10 sec. )
'Yet was he troubled to think that men in that danger...' ( 06 min., 56 sec. )
'I looked then after Christian, to see him go up the hill...' ( 07 min., 25 sec. )
'So I saw in my dream that he made haste...' ( 07 min., 41 sec. )
'And what saw you else in the way?' ( 07 min., 45 sec. )
'Now I saw in my dream, that thus they sat talking...' ( 08 min., 12 sec. )
The Fourth Stage ( 08 min., 34 sec. )
'Then Apollyon straddled quite over the whole breadth...' ( 07 min., 20 sec. )
'I saw then in my dream, so far as this valley reached...' ( 09 min., 36 sec. )
The Fifth Stage ( 09 min., 48 sec. )
'That man that overtook you, said Christian, was Moses.' ( 08 min., 44 sec. )
'Moreover, I saw in my dream, that as they went on...' ( 07 min., 55 sec. )
'Well, my brother, I am bound to believe you...' ( 08 min., 42 sec. )
'A work of grace in the soul discovereth itself...' ( 07 min., 25 sec. )
The Sixth Stage ( 05 min., 04 sec. )
'Then I saw in my dream, that when they were got out...' ( 04 min., 14 sec. )
'Now, these pilgrims, as I said...' ( 07 min., 54 sec. )
'Then proclamation was made, that they that had ought to say...' ( 06 min., 01 sec. )
'Then the judge called to the jury...' ( 05 min., 40 sec. )
The Seventh Stage ( 05 min., 39 sec. )
'Now I saw in my dream that Christian and Hopeful forsook him...' ( 06 min., 48 sec. )
'And now to the second part of the question...' ( 05 min., 24 sec. )
'Then Christian and Hopeful outwent them again...' ( 09 min., 34 sec. )
'I saw then that they went on their way to a pleasant river...' ( 07 min., 04 sec. )
'Neither could they, with all the skill they had...' ( 06 min., 54 sec. )
'Well, towards evening the giant goes down...' ( 07 min., 11 sec. )
The Eighth Stage ( 04 min., 39 sec. )
'Then I saw that they had them to the top of another mountain...' ( 05 min., 18 sec. )
The Ninth Stage ( 04 min., 30 sec. )
'Then said Christian to his fellow...' ( 08 min., 11 sec. )
'I acknowledge it, said Hopeful...' ( 08 min., 25 sec. )
'So they went on, and Ignorance followed.' ( 05 min., 08 sec. )
'Now, after a while, they perceived afar off...' ( 06 min., 11 sec. )
'Then Christian began, and said, I will ask you a question.' ( 06 min., 23 sec. )
'Another thing that hath troubled me, said Hopeful...' ( 05 min., 56 sec. )
'And how was he revealed unto you?' ( 04 min., 15 sec. )
'I then saw in my dream, that Hopeful looked back...' ( 07 min., 44 sec. )
'Let me give an answer to this confession of thy faith.' ( 04 min., 56 sec. )
The Tenth Stage ( 05 min., 57 sec. )
'Well then, said Hopeful, there are, in my judgment...' ( 05 min., 37 sec. )
'Now I saw in my dream, that by this time...' ( 06 min., 53 sec. )
'They then addressed themselves to the water...' ( 08 min., 39 sec. )
'Now, while they were thus drawing towards the gate...' ( 07 min., 50 sec. )
Conclusion ( 01 min., 32 sec. )
The Second Part: The Author's Way of Sending Forth... ( 07 min., 39 sec. )
Objection iii ( 07 min., 51 sec. )
Part Two ( 01 min., 35 sec. )
'And as I was in my dream, behold...' ( 06 min., 11 sec. )
'This Christiana (for that was her name...)' ( 05 min., 07 sec. )
'Next morning, when she was up, had prayed to God...' ( 05 min., 25 sec. )
'But while they were thus about to be gone...' ( 04 min., 53 sec. )
'Then Timorous all too reviled her...' ( 05 min., 04 sec. )
The First Stage ( 06 min., 24 sec. )
'And now Mr. Sagacity left me to dream out my dream...' ( 06 min., 19 sec. )
'Now I saw in my dream that he spake many good words...' ( 05 min., 45 sec. )
The Second Stage ( 07 min., 28 sec. )
'Then said Mercy, What a sudden blank is here!' ( 05 min., 35 sec. )
'So when they were within...' ( 07 min., 44 sec. )
'And after this he led them into his garden...' ( 06 min., 24 sec. )
'When the song and music were ended...' ( 06 min., 34 sec. )
'When they were returned out of the garden from the bath...' ( 03 min., 06 sec. )
The Third Stage ( 07 min., 55 sec. )
'This is brave, said Christiana.' ( 07 min., 04 sec. )
'Thus they went on till they came at the foot of the hill...' ( 06 min., 34 sec. )
The Fourth Stage ( 06 min., 31 sec. )
'Now, then they were within sight of the Porter's lodge...' ( 06 min., 23 sec. )
'So in the morning when they were awake...' ( 07 min., 32 sec. )
'Then she addressed herself to the eldest...' ( 06 min., 20 sec. )
'Now Matthew, the eldest son of Christiana, fell sick...' ( 08 min., 59 sec. )
'Now about this time their month was out...' ( 06 min., 15 sec. )
The Fifth Stage ( 06 min., 11 sec. )
'Now, as they were going along, and talking...' ( 05 min., 15 sec. )
'Now they were come to the place...' ( 08 min., 04 sec. )
'So they cried and prayed, and God sent light...' ( 06 min., 57 sec. )
The Sixth Stage ( 07 min., 33 sec. )
'Now, as they walked along together...' ( 06 min., 51 sec. )
'I got him in at the house Beautiful, I think...' ( 06 min., 50 sec. )
'If I might also speak my heart, said Mercy...' ( 08 min., 48 sec. )
'Now, as they were thus in their way...' ( 07 min., 48 sec. )
'Now the cook sent up to signify that supper was almost ready...' ( 05 min., 38 sec. )
'But to return again to our story...' ( 07 min., 24 sec. )
'Then they asked Mr. Feeble-Mind how he fell...' ( 06 min., 40 sec. )
'Now Mr. Feeble-Mind, when they were going out...' ( 06 min., 38 sec. )
'Now by this time they were come within sight...' ( 06 min., 14 sec. )
'You talk of rubs, said Mr. Contrite...' ( 07 min., 32 sec. )
The Seventh Stage ( 04 min., 58 sec. )
'Now they went on.' ( 05 min., 59 sec. )
'Now I saw in my dream, when all these things were finished...' ( 06 min., 28 sec. )
'Then they took them and had them to Mount Charity...' ( 06 min., 54 sec. )
The Eighth Stage ( 07 min., 22 sec. )
'You came in at the gate, did you not?' ( 07 min., 41 sec. )
'By this time they were got to the Enchanted Ground...' ( 07 min., 54 sec. )
'Then the pilgrims desired with trembling to go forward...' ( 06 min., 56 sec. )
'The woman is a witch, said Great-Heart...' ( 06 min., 25 sec. )
'Now, while they lay here, and waited for the good hour...' ( 05 min., 25 sec. )
'In process of time there came a post to the town again...' ( 05 min., 59 sec. )
'After this it was noised abroad...' ( 06 minutes, 47 sec. )
Participant:
Shaw-Parker, David, Reader -- Bunyan, John, Author
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Contributor:
Bunyan, John Author
Naxos Digital Services US
Publisher Number:
9781843797302
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